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Falling in Love Again

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2013

    Me Zuxu Zuzu

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2013

    He's a jerk......................................

    A big time jerk. Though apparently so handsome no women can resist him. She on the other hand is hard working and tries to please everyone. So she is constantly put down. EG--When her husband is bathing in the pond she sees a maid strip naked-- jump in the water and grab her husbands privates. To give him credit he's not to happy about this either. The maid knows she is watching and brags how she is touching her husband. Needless to say she is upset. Her husband fires the maid and everyone turns on her like she is a spoil sport. The maid is just a flirt they tell her. Batting your eyelashes is flirting----getting naked and feeling up people is assault. Other servants say she is snobby and stuck up when she won't discuss her sex life with Mr Wonderful with them. Their is not one normal women in the entire book. Even her mother drugs her on her wedding night. No wonder she lacks self esteem. Really stupid book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2005

    Grow Up!

    Mallory is by far the most immature and self-centered main character I have ever read in a romance novel. As the book progresses, it becomes more and more difficult to believe that she ever ran an estate. She does not seem to grow at all. This is the first book by this author that I have read, and it was disappointing. The plot was also kind of weak and coul use more 'meat'.

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